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This month's club in the spotlight

 

 

Brisbane Movie Makers

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Join in the Fun

The Australian Widescreen Association is holding its 44th annual Widescreen Festival this year and entries close on 24th October (extended by a week from the closing date on the entry form). The competitions are open to all non-professional movie-makers and photographers. The one proviso is that entries should have a minimum screen width to height ratio of 16:9.

The entry form including the rules and conditions is on our website http://www.awa.netii.net and the direct link is http://www.awa.netii.net/AWAFestivalA4.pdf

This year for the first time we are accepting 3-D entries using the passive polarising system. While the majority of our entries are now on DVD, we are still able to screen 8mm and 16mm films shot using anamorphic lenses.

Most video clubs hold an annual competition. Competitions inviting entries from outside the club can be listed here; just let us know the details.

Send us your movies to gain exposure to yours or your clubs masterpieces.

If your FAMM-affilliated club, group or association has a competition calendar and would like it shown here, email the webmaster.

   

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